IT’S NEVER TOO LATE TO DEVELOP PAPUA
The Foreign Ministry’s directorate of technical cooperation recently organized a workshop titled “Exploring Papua’s Potential for South-South Cooperation” that put the province’s growth in focus.
At the event, Papuan figures such as artist Jimmy Hendrick Affar, “noken” weaver Merry Dogopia and culinary expert Charles Toto came together to talk about ways to develop Papua.
“We greatly appreciate the endeavor to bring us all together in order to listen to ideas contributed by Papuans on how to develop Papua,” said Marshall Suebu.
Suebu is known for establishing a school teaching Papuan children to love nature and avoid smoking, alcohol and drugs.
“It’s never too late to develop Papua,” said Affar.